The Scion A/V label is, well, a strange thing in and of itself, but if Mountain Dew's Green Label Sound has taught us anything, it's that the artists that the label supports are what make the difference. As it stands then, Scion A/V knows exactly what they're doing, and when it comes to electronic music, they carry a gem of an artist. Treasure Fingers, an Atlanta-based DJ/producer, just released the Rooftop Revival EP, which features the title track, a radio edit and four remixes. "Rooftop Revival" itself is a disco-funk dream, evoking the techno house genre that Daft Punk helped define in the early-to-mid-nineties, and each of the four remixes put a fantastic twist on the original. You can listen to "Rooftop Revival" below, and head here to stream/download the rest of the EP. As well, the official video for the song is available to watch above (highly recommended).
"Love Get Out Of My Way", the smash hit to be from London duo Monarchy is due for a proper release at the end of this month, with the self-titled album set to release January 24th, 2010. To hold you over till you can get your hands on this infectious little pop number, here are some remixes from Holy Ghost, Sinden, Treasure Fingers and Tim Goldsworthy. The Treasure Fingers track is especially awesome.